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Tile flooring in Lake in the Hills, IL

 
Universal Carpet can install almost any type of flooring option into your residence or business location in Lake In The Hills, including highly durable tile flooring. Tile flooring is becoming more popular in recent years due to the speed with which it can be installed, its affordability, and ability to resist wear. It is a very popular choice for high traffic areas and locations such as apartments, commercial entry areas, and residential entry locations. There is a range of materials and styles of tiles that are available from crafted ceramic and porcelain to natural marble, granite, and travertine. Each of these has their own unique qualities as well as varying looks and potential textures. Tile flooring is both attractive and practical, we're sure you will enjoy it for many, many years to come.

Some notable advantages of tile flooring are low regular maintenance and ease of care. Tile floors are incredibly easy to keep clean and will very rarely require any type of special cleaning processes. They are also highly resistant to staining and moisture which makes them an ideal material for kitchens, bathrooms, and basement locations.
 
 

Tile floor installation

 
One of the main benefits of having tile flooring is the fact that it is simple to care for and maintain. With both vinyl and ceramic styles, there generally aren't any special cleaning methods that need to be used as these floors are typically known for their resistance to staining. Spills can quickly be cleaned up, making tile floors an attractive option for kitchens and bathrooms. Tiles are also quite resistant to moisture, making it an ideal option for basement environments that sometimes have problems with water seepage. Regular cleaning of this flooring can be done with mild cleansing solutions and a standard mop. The floor can also be swept over with a broom or vacuum.